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The adventures of Pip, a penguin, and Freddy, a flamingo, who are the only non-stork delivery birds in-training at Tiny Ones Transport Service (T.O.T.S.).

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Pip and Freddy deliver a baby Penguin to Pip's hometown; when Pip and Freddy break the conveyor belt at T.O.T.S. they are determined to fix it on their own.
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On Pip and Freddy's first day, they deliver a kitten who mistakes them as her parents; when there is a two-ton baby whale delivery, the fliers compete in a fly-off for the task.
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Pip and Freddy bring a baby hedgehog's father to him for Father's Day; when JP gets demoted to Junior Flier, Pip and Freddy help him become a Super Duper Flier again.
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Pip and Freddy teach a lion cub the difference between his indoor and outdoor roar; when a porcupine fears the delivery tube, K.C. and the Fliers help him beat his fear.
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Mia loses lovey, so Pip and Freddy go on a wild chase to find it; the Fliers' delivery is in jeopardy when their puppy student becomes the master at digging.
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Pip and Freddy help fly KC's family home to meet their new baby cousin; the Junior Fliers try to deliver two babies at once.
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Pip gets locked inside a crate with a baby kangaroo; Pip and Freddy must teach squabbling kitten and puppy siblings to share.
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When a baby otter has trouble sleeping, the Junior Fliers are there to help; Pip and Freddy make their first underwater delivery, even though Freddy's not the best swimmer.
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When a cheetah is set loose at T.O.T.S., Pip and Freddy must play a game of tag to catch it; the Junior Fliers lead a class trip of storks and teach them how baby delivery works.
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Bodhi faces his fear to earn his final stamp towards becoming a Super Flier; after Mia gets a thorn stuck in her paw, she worries it will hurt when K.C. tries to take it out.
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Pip and Freddy deliver a monkey that loves to play pretend so much, it gets in the way of his delivery; K.C. makes something tasty for a baby hippo that refuses to eat its food.
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Pip and Freddy must deliver a baby panda that is so cute, that it makes it hard to say goodbye; the Junior Fliers have trouble delivering a baby skunk due to its really bad smell.
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Pip and Freddy show a polar bear the benefits of having a baby brother when she tries to return him to T.O.T.S.; Pip and Freddy brave the desert heat to deliver a camel.
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Freddy's status as the best hide-and-seeker is challenged after he and Pip lose a baby fox; Pip and Freddy help K.C. earn her first Golden Feather on Cleaning Day.
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Freddy must face his fear of the dark when he and Pip are assigned a nighttime delivery; Pip hopes to speed through the next delivery but is tasked with delivering a baby sloth.
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Pip and Freddy attempt to prove that delivery birds are better than a stork drone; when Pip's hiccups threaten a delivery, he asks Freddy to scare them out of him.
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After KC gets sick, Pip and Freddy try to watch the babies in the nursery for her; delivery batches of bunnies get mixed up, so the Junior Fliers figure out which bunny is which.
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Pip and Freddy teach Ava that there is more to a delivery than speed; when Mia can't say goodbye to her friend, Chloe, the Junior Fliers show her that they can keep in touch.
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Pip and Freddy must impress Captain Beakman when she joins them for a ride-a-long delivery; when Mimi the mockingbird sings K.C.'s lullaby, she puts everyone at T.O.T.S. to sleep.
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Pip and Freddy try to find out what kind of mysterious striped animal they are delivering; the Junior Fliers accidentally spring a leak in a delivery crate containing a baby octopus.
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When Pip and Freddy have to deliver a kitten, they think it's a mistake since there are no cats at T.O.T.S.; the Junior Fliers must deliver a baby chameleon that keeps disappearing.

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